The park includes approximately 913 acres (369 hectares) of mountain forest, woodland, and open countryside. It also provides a range of convenient facilities, including walking and trails, play areas, skill areas, mountain bike trails, barbecue pits, caravans, and camping sites. This includes two cabins, a country ranger service, animal attractions (Red Deer, Highland Cattle, Belted Galloway Cattle, Hebridean/North Ronaldsay/Shetland sheep), fly fishing, a visitor center, and a coffee shop. In 2010, prehistoric remains were found on the site of the current visitor center. The park is the privately-owned Cockleroy Hill (278 meters (912 feet)) with a prehistoric mountain fort that remains to the west of the country.